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Senior Year . . . having a single 

. . . the Quad all dug up . . . 

internships, seminar, and 

independent studies . . . Indian 

summer in Nov. and Dec. . . . 

resume writing . . . GRE, LSAT, 

GMAT, MCAT . . . applying to 

graduate schools . . . time 

passing so quickly . . . 

registering for the last time . . . 

the last tuition bill . . . 

interviewing ... 83 Days to 

Graduation Party at Who's On 

First . . . 





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finding a graduation speaker . . . rejection letters 
. . . profs bringing the wine to Senior-Faculty 
Banquet . . . praying for sun at Commencement 
. . . finding an apartment . . . finding a job . . . 
HUG campaign . . . waiting for Microcosm to 
come in . . . Senior Week . . . packing up 4 years 
of stuff . . . Commencement . . . saying goodbye 
for the last time. 



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Champagne Reception . . . 

panel discussions, "Father-Daughter relationships' 

exploring Boston together . . . 

semi-formal at the Sheraton-Boston . . . 

brunches at Bartol and Pres. Holmes' house. 




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Photographs and Memories of All the Love 
You Gave to Me . . . hiking in New York and 
waking up in a thunderstorm ... he was always 
there for me, he has been the greatest influence 
on my life . . . vacation in Norway ... a warm, 
truthful relationship ... a skiing trip to Ragged 
Mt. when Dad helped me down the hardest trail 
. . . flying kites together on Crane's Beach . . . 
going out every Sunday for bagels . . . finally 
finding out who you are and that I love you very 
much . . . our talks in the car, the love and 
direction you've often given me . . . the constant 
"encouragement" and the proud expressions on 
my father's face when I've succeeded . . . just 
being my Daddy. 




The day the doctor said "You have a beautiful baby girl" . . . sitting on my knee . . . 

pushing her carriage up the hill in a snow storm showing my 3-month beauty off to 

the world . . . slamming fingers in car doors and breaking arms . . . being so proud of 

all your achievements . . . becoming aware of my daughter's courage, good sense, 

and determination ... All the years are one wonderful memory. 








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prime rib served by 
waitresses . . . 
faculty providing wine . . . 
students providing more 
wine . . . corks popping . . . 
Departmental Awards . . . 
Friends, seniors and faculty, 
providing warmth and 
friendship. 



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Spring Spree 

April 30 

Simmons 
Rocks This Town 

One-day Bonanza . . . Marshmallow-stuffing, 

Coke relay, and Water balloon catch 

contests . . . DLQ, Gordie Milne, beer, and 

3000 people . . . Dorm booths . . . 

Excitement and Enthusiasm. 




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May Day 

Bugle call at 6 am 

. . . Maypole dance 

by the sophomores 

. . . Dedication of 

senior class gift, a 

bench . . . 




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Communications and Philosophy 



Lucille Gaita 

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Diane Gemelli Kolson 

Management 




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Chemistry 



AMY ALLEN 
76 Taft Road 
Portsmouth, NH 03801 

JEAN COLE 

14 Hackensack Ct. 

Chestnut Hill, MA 02167 

DEIRDRE DONOVAN 
36 Holmes Lane 
Milton, MA 02186 

CAROL FINNEGAN 
63 Cortland Lane 
Boxborough, MA 01719 

LUCILLE GAITA 
241 Grant Avenue 
Totowa, NJ 07512 

MARIE GRIMALDI 
5 Norton Road 
Quincy, MA 02169 

ANN MARIE HARRISON 

259 Cottage Road 

South Portland, ME 04106 

SALLY LAY 

12485 Archery Drive 

Baton Rouge, LA 70815 

PHYLLIS NOLL 
110 Grandview Blvd. 
West Lawn, PA 19601 

KARLYN SMITH 
2215 Watts Lane 
Richmond, VA 23223 

MARCIA STEITZ 
4 Carriage Hill Lane 
Poughkeepsie, NY 12603 




Karlyn Smith 

NABW 




Pamela Totten 

Management 



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SENIOR WEEK 

May 17-22 



Kick-Off Party 

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Tuesday Thursday 

Kick-Off Party Movie Night — "Night Shift" 

Wednesday Friday 

Nantucket Trip Commencement Ball 

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Senior Toast 

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Commencement Day here at last! 
. . . brunch in Bartol . . . line-up at 
11:15 a.m. in the Fens . . . seeing 
the pride in our family's faces . . . 
breezes through our tassles . . . sun 
on our backs . . . clouds 
approaching overhead . . . smiles 
on our faces . . . getting that 
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Address by Evelyn Murphy . . . "plan a 

career deliberately, thoughtfully, and 

over time . . . there's nothing inevitable 

about such (economic) advance . . . put 

your whole being behind an effort . . . 

many, many people want to see women 

succeed . . . It's time for women to share 

in the responsibility for society's fortunes 

. . . Dare to dream about what you can 

become. Pursue what feels like 'the right 

thing to do' with integrity, hard work, 

and commitment." 



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Remarks by Julie Russin . . . "We don't have to take on masculine 
qualities in order to attain positions formerly held by men ... we 
have something to offer that is unique ... we cannot afford to 
imitate man's subjugation of women, or our true equal rights will 
never be achieved." 





Academy 

Marcela Aguiluz 

Heather Anderson 

Bernice Chafetz 

Becky Clock 

Karen Courchene 

Monica Farinella 

Carol Finnegan 

Mary Jo Foley 

Colleen Gage 

Lucille Gaita 

Noreen Gately 

Robin Gilmore 

Carol Hannigan 

Sharyn Hardy 

Elizabeth Hess 

Paula Kissell 

Carolyn Milroy 

Kathleen Mitchell 

Maryanne Noris 

Susan Powers 

Wendy Roth 

Joanne Sullivan 

Barbara White 



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Honorary Degrees 

Evelyn Murphy 

Massachusetts Secretary 

of Economic Affairs 

David McCord 

Author 




COLLEGE HYMN 
by Sarah Arnold 

Hail, Alma Mater! We pledge our love to 

thee, 
Bring thee our hearts and hands full of 

loyalty. 
Praising thy counsel and trusting thy 

truth, 
Lift we our song to thee: Oh guide thou 

our youth! 
Lift we our song to thee: Oh bless now our 

youth! 
Make us, thy children, generous and just. 
Send us to labor when leave thee we 

must, 
Ready for service and worthy of trust. 

Hail, Alma Mater! Thy praises we sing. 
One in allegiance our tributes we bring, 
Fair shall thy name be, trusted to our 
care, 

For thy dear sake our lives shall be more 
fair, 

For thy dear sake our lives shall be more 

fair. 
Make us, thy children, strong and pure 

and just. 
Send us to labor when leave thee we 

must, 
Ready for service and worthy of trust. 





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Though we all came to Simmons for different reasons, 
And had so many different experiences here 

Though we all leave Simmons with different ambitions, 
And will have so many different experiences out there 

We share one accomplishment: Simmons College. 




While we say good-bye today, 

And start on the next phase of our life, 
While we smile and hug and cry and laugh, 

And realize that we've made it, 
We have one final thought: Thank You. 

To those who have touched our lives, 

And made us more enriched, 
To those who have given us their all, 

And inspired us to give in return, 
We are grateful for the interaction: Caring. 

For emotional and economic support that got us to today, 

Thank you Mom, Dad, Honey, and Family; 
For providing the atmosphere to inspire our growth and thought, 

Thank you Simmons — your profs and administration; 
We never would have made it without you: Success. 



Because of all the shared experiences, 

the friendship, competition, frustration, and accomplishments, 
Because of the memories that will last, 

even when the details fade, 
We give our warmest thanks to each other: New Alumnae! 

The Class of 1983 

Goodbye and Warmest Thanks. 



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1983 



SIMMONS 



COLLEGE 



1983 MICROCOSM STAFF 



Editor-in-Chief 

Sharyn E. Hardy '83 



Photography Editor 

Julie May '83 




Circulation Manager 

Jacqueline Reilly '83 


Layout Editor 

Lauri Wilson '85 




Advertising Editor 

Eileen Spillane '83 


Copy Editor 

Mary Jo Foley '83 




Patrons and 
Fundraising Manager 

Debra Williams '83 


Senior Section Editor 

Ann Gardner '85 




Business Manager 

Elizabeth Sabel '84 


General Staff 

Anne Viafora '86 
Tracy Birnie '84 
Margie Hoare '85 
Karen Tabak '83 
Karen Mason '85 
Christine Schell '85 




Photography 

Meg McCarthy '83 

Pier Plazeski '85 

Jennifer Shapiro '86 

Jessica Baldi '85 

Patty Mahon '84 

Suann Peterson '86 


Advertising 

Sarah Gregory '86 




AH 

Adrienne Zariski '85 


Stephanie Schueler '86 


Faculty Advisor 

Virginia Bratton 

Senior Portraits 

Hookailo Studios 

Printing 

Herff Jones 
John Carrier, representative 





We would like to thank the Simmons College Archives, especially Megan Sniffin, for providing 
the historical photographs and the Office of Public Information for allowing us access to then- 
photo files. 




Faculty 

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Organizations 



Directory, Patrons, Advertisements 

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"It is my will to found and endow an 
institution to be called Simmons Fe- 
male College, for the purpose of teach- 
ing (those) branches of art, science, and 
industry best calculated to enable the 
scholars to acquire an independent live- 
lihood ... " 

— John Simmons 1867 



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ism . . . personalized atmosphere . . . red 
tape . . . faculty who care . . . waiting in 
registration lines . . . waiting in line to get 
your ID . . . waiting in line to buy books . . . 
MCB, W, E, C, S, L — ? . . . security . . . 
tuition and term bills . . . financial aid . . . 
finding a part-time job . . . papers, quiz- 
zes, exams . . . liaisons, organizations, and 
activities . . . Pass/Fail or A, B, C, D, F . . . 
GPA and the new grading system . . . the 
grid scheduling system . . . thinking (wor- 
rying) about the future . . . ranking on ev- 
erything that isn't too bad . . . 



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Fall Fest and Spring Spree . . . higher tu- 
ition . . . ADD/DROP . . . growing and un- 
derstanding others . . . becoming indepen- 
dent. 

Freshman Year . . . Orientation Week . . . 
meeting your roommate, SA, & HR . . . 
placement exams . . . "trying out" the 
MIT frat parties . . . meeting upperclass- 
men . . . exploring Boston . . . Red Sox 
games . . . going to the Cask for the first 
time . . . gym . . . going home for the first 
time . . . Parents' Weekend . . . eating our 
way to the "freshman 15" . . . meeting 
people . . . Jane Fonda and Tom Hayden. 




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Sophomore Year . . . September Show- 
down parties broken up by the Boston po- 
lice . . . alcohol coming to Quadside . . . 
deciding on a major . . . changing your 
major (a number of times) . . . Father- 
Daughter Weekend and the dinner-dance 
at the Sheraton . . . May Day — bugle call 
at 6 a.m. and a strawberry shortcake and 
champagne breakfast. 








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Junior Year . . . lots of work . . . being 
asked advice . . . really deciding what to 
do with our lives . . . WSIM at dinner . . . 
Valentine's Ball at the Sheraton . . . the 
blizzard of April 1982 . . . elephants and 
camels on the Quad during Spring Spree 
. . . watching the seniors go. 




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Boston ... the "t" . . . Park Street . . . 
Faneuil Hall . . . MIT, MCP, Harvard. BU, 
Northeastern, BC, Wentworth, Wheelock, 
Emmanuel, Mass. Art, Emerson, etc., etc 
. . . .watching the seasons change . . . Fi- 
lene's Basement . . . the theatres . . . the 
Coop . . . being careful . . . the North End 
(yum) . . . Chinatown . . . Newbury Street 
. . . Logan Airport . . . Boston Public Li- 
brary . . . Steve's Ice Cream, Haagen 
Dazs, Emack and Bolio's, Bailey's, Bra- 
mare . . . museums . . . the Hub. 




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Our Majors . . . caring people . . . books, 
books, books ... lab courses and language 
labs . . . seeing a baby born (nursing) . . . 




the MIA game (management) . . . 50-page 
papers . . . small and personal classes . . . 
carrels in S430 (chemistry) . . . 



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attending class through the summer (PT) 
. . . broadening our perceptions of the 
world . . . the 5th floor of the library (com- 
munications) . . . 




Microcosm: a little world that is the epit- 
ome of a larger world or universe. 




Back in August 1 979, over 400 seventeen and eighteen year olds anxiously entered Simmons' gates, 
looking forward to the collegiate experience that they had heard about and dreamed of. After losing 
some classmates and gaining others, we are about to leave Simmons to take out places in civic, 
professional, and higher educational positions. For four years we have attended classes here in which 
we have sharpened our skills to function in these positions. But to be truly prepared, it has taken more 
than what the classroom has had to offer — it has taken involvement in other activities and coopera- 
tion with others. 

Simmons has had many of the things to make a well-rounded person. For the Student, there have 
been the diverse courses, books, and infinite papers and exams. For the Athlete, there have been 
sports teams and the Fenway Cup compeition. The Artist /Performer has had groups in which she 
could express her creativity. The Participant could engage in numerous activities and organizations. 
And Everyone has had Boston in which she could do just about anything. 

We on the Microcosm staff have worked very hard to make this edition capture the essence of the 
Simmons community. We hope that this Microcosm will bring back your feelings about Simmons each 
time you look through it. After all, like it or not, we owe a part of ourselves — some growth and 
maturity — to Simmons. We have shared good times and friendship as well as difficult times and 
worries. Together we have learned and experienced a lot. 

Each day now will be a new adventure for us, a time to achieve the things that we have always 
dreamed of doing. As we each go our separate ways, we will carry a bit of one another with us. It is time 
for us to get involved to make things succeed, instead of complaining about how things happen. 

With a little maturity, a little respect, a little cooperation, and a lot of patience we can accomplish 
miracles. I wish you the best in accomplishing yours! 

See you at our reunions, 



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Editor-in-Chief 



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Marcela Aguiluz 

Management and Finance 



Heather Ann Anderson 

Mathematics and Economics 







Theresa Babineau 

OPEN — Satellite Technology 



Lynn M. Audette 

Communications 



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Gisela G. Bauerle 

International Management 



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Lori A. Berkovitz 

Physical Therapy 



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JoAnne G. Blomstrom 

Management and Finance 



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Gerda Maria Cahill 

Nursing 



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Diane Capoverde 

Women's Studies and Sociology 



Amy J. Ceraso 

Retailing 





Christina Maria Cicalis 

Nursing 



Elissa-Beth Lynda Chapnik 

Mathematics and Management 



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Norma Marie Cirillo 

Physical Therapy 




Maribeth Clemente 

International Management 




Mona R. Cotton 

Management 



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Jerri L. Connolly 

Finance and Accounting 




Joanne Costantino 

Physical Therapy 




Susan Lynn Cooper 

International Management 





Tracy Corleis 

Mathematics and Management 



Ann Marie Coughlin 

Communications and Public Relations 



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Elizabeth A. Crandall 

Management 




Linda M. Craig 

Communications 




Patricia Ann Crawford 

Art History 



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Lyn Dally 

Advertising 



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Maria Ines DeSousa 

Nutrition 



Elizabeth A. DeVita 

Nutrition 



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Kathleen L. Earabino 

Nursing 



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Kathryn Engstrom 

Management and Finance 



Shatyn Finkel 

Human Services 



Donna Marie Ferlito 

Physical Therapy 



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Maty Jo Foley 

Communications 



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Shawna R. Fraser 

Communications 



Noreen Gately 

Physical Therapy 



Sharon Marie Garlitz 

Government and Public Relations 



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Doreen Lynn Gaulin 

Physical Therapy 





Theresa C. Gibbons 

OPEN — Day Care Center Management and Educa- 
tional Psychology 



Suzanne Gerow 

Retailing 



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Patricia E. Gillette 

Physical Therapy 




Robin Pamela Gilmore 

Management, Finance, and Accounting 




Elisa B. Gilson 

Chemistry and Pharmacy 




Laura Jean Glennon 

Nursing 



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Lauren Dell Gourlay 

Finance 



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Lucie S. Habosian 

Advertising 



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Ann Marie Harrison 

Psychology and Public Relations 



Sharyn Elizabeth Hardy 

Management and Finance 



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Ruth Hirsch 

Physical Therapy 



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Christine Houlihan 

Economics 




Martha Elizabeth Ikerd 

International Management and Finance 




Kerry Jeanne Huard 

Physical Therapy and Psychology 





Shaun Marie Huntley 

Retailing and Management 



Linda Ann Imbergamo 

Management and Sociology 



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Patricia M. Imbrogna 

Physical Therapy 



Margaret Mary Isaacson 

Physical Therapy 



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Elizabeth Ann Joyce 

Public Relations 






Melissa Joseph 

Management and Finance 



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Patricia Ellen Kavanagh 

Communications 




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Alice G. Keck 

Economics 




Amy Kellem 

Economics and Government 




Elaine Barbara Kennedy 

Mathematics 



Carolyn M. Kemmett 

History and Art 



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Grace Kim 

Communications and English 



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Judith C. Koskinen 

French and Communications 



Gretchen Klein 

International Management and Mathematics 



Ellen J. Kupchick 

Human Services and Government 




Laura A. Lahrmann 

Communications 



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Valerie Nicole Lambrou 

International Relations and Spanish 




Deborah A. LeBlanc 

Nursing 




Cheryl Lynn Levin 

Human Services 



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Jacqueline M. Levine 

Advertising and Spanish 



Amy Susan Lift 

Management 



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Theresa Ludwig 

Physical Therapy 



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Susan R. Lydon 

Nursing 



Carol MacKinnon 

Government 




Gayle MacEachern 

Management and Communications 




Janine A. MacLeod 

Mathematics 



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Maty E. Maistros 

Management and Economics 




Sharon Barbara Manasevit 

Human Services 




Joyce Virginia Makara 

Government 








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Laurice Maloley 

Management and Women's Studies 



Lauren Manshel 

Government and Economics 



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Maty Ellen Matrone 

Sociology and Human Services 




Corinne McAlvanah 

Retailing 



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Kathleen A. McDonald 

Communications and Sociology 



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Heather Mcllreath 

History and Government 



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Maureen Ann Michaels 

Human Services 



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Graciela E. Moreno Sanchez 

Management 



Cynthia Dean Mitchell 

Advertising 



Ann Marie Morey 

American Studies 




Beatrice Morse 

English and Philosophy 



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Jill Wendy Nevins 

Government and History 



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Matyanne Noris 

Biology and Chemistry 



Victoria Noyes 

English 



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Rita B. (Ridette) O'Brien 

Physical Therapy 



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Nancy Ann Paston 

Communications and Management 



Susan Pawlowski 

Public Relations, Management and Government 



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Erin Jane Powell 

Management 



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Lisa Elaine Ramsey 

Biology and Communications 



Susan Ann Raizen 

Advertising 



61 




Jacqueline Anne Reilly 

Management 






Michon M. Reiling 

Management and Science 



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Deborah J. Robie 

Mathematics and Elementary Education 



Anne B. Rittenberty 

Economics 



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Wendy Beth Rogovin 

Psychology and Human Services 



Carla Maria Romero 

Retailing 





Nancy Sue Rozen 

Sociology 



Karen Roope 

Management and Accounting 



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Julie Russia 

nternational Relations and Government 



Debra C. Rubenstein 

Sociology 



Adele Ruth Rubenstein 

Physical Therapy 




Debra L. Sadugor 

Management 



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Susan Marie Scali 

Chemistry and Mathematics 



Sarah Schlosser 

Art History 



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Joanne Sinewick 

Physical Therapy 



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Joanne Sluszka 

Finance and Economics 




Marjorie Hurd (Bonnie) Smith 

Communications and History 




Eileen J. Spillane 

Communications 



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Finance 



Patti Smith 

Management 



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Joanne Sullivan 

American Studies 



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Karen S. Tabak 

Government and International Relations 



Pamela J. Talanian 

Communications 



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Mary Tiberi 

Nursing 




Cheryl Lynn looker 

Psychology 




Helene Tomlinson 

International Relations and Government 




Teri Lee Travis 

Nursing 



Susan Traverso 

History and Communications 



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Anne Frances Tzetzo 

Government and English 



Nancy Crane Turnier 

Nutrition 



Karen A. Trudeau 

Nutrition 



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Jeanne Marie Wallace 

Communications 



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Melissa Jane Weeks 

Communications 



Barbara Jean White 

Communications and Spanish 






Maureen A. Whitley 

Management 



Ann Marie Wise 

Retailing 



Debra J. Williams 

Government and Secondary Education 



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Debra L.S. Yampol 

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International Management 



Gabrielle Ann Zale 

Communications and Art 





Connie Zujevic 

Chemistry and Philosophy 



Teena D. Zoulas 

Communications and English 



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No one needs to be told that life at Simmons has changed incredibly over the years. But just how much 
the rules and regulations have evolved can best be seen by flipping through the college handbooks. 

The bible-sized handbook for the Class of 1911 was the first handbook which formally listed rules and 
regulations. Each Friday, mandatory devotional exercises were held at 3:30pm. And letters sent to the 
students at the College were not delivered, but readdressed and sent to the students' homes. 

Curfews were not listed until the Class of 1925' s handbook. All lights were to be out by 10:30pm each 
night, except for Saturdays, when the hours were extended until 12:00am. Freshmen were permitted to 
go out only during the weekend. All shades had to be drawn whenever a light was on. And men were 
expressly forbidden to smoke in the living rooms. 

By 1945, while curfews had been extended a bit, every student was required to sign in and out every 
time she left the dorm. No phone calls were allowed after 10pm. Students were forbidden to "indulge in 
'sun bathing'" on either campus. Hats were to be worn on all trips downtown. In addition to smoking, ink 
was now banned from the living rooms. 

Rules hadn't changed much by 1955. For the first time, though, handbooks mentioned men by stating 
that they were not allowed in the students' rooms without permission from the head residents. Resident 
students were forbidden to consult a physician or receive treatment without the knowledge of the 
Director of Health at the College. 

Students were still required to sign in and out, according to the handbooks, by 1965. All alcohol was 
banned from campus. Students were allowed to use taxis only with their parents' permission. Under the 
section of etiquette, students were directed to rise whenever an older person entered the room, and 
reminded that "the gentleman is always presented to the lady. " On Sunday, dress day, no bermudas were 
allowed. 

Even as late as 1975, students still required permission to entertain overnight guests. Most other rules 
by this time had been relaxed, however, with students setting their own dorm rules and choosing their 
own standards of dress. 



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FACULTY 



When Simmons College formally 
opened its doors in 1902, it was a school 
where "young women would be educat- 
ed in those arts, sciences, and indus- 
tries which would prepare them for an 
economically independent life." To 
achieve this, the College was organized 
into various technical schools. These in- 
cluded the schools of Household Eco- 
nomics, Secretarial Studies, Library Sci- 
ence, General Science, Social Workers, 
Public Health Nursing, the Prince 
School of Store Service, Landscape Ar- 
chitecture, and Physical Education. 



In addition to technical subjects, liberal 
arts were taught by the original faculty 
often, comprised of the president, dean, 
and eight full-time professors. In his 
book, Delayed by Fire, Simmons chemistry 
professor Kenneth L. Mark described 
the first Simmons educators in these 
words: "This was the Faculty whose problem 
was to administer a new kind of collegiate 
education for women. Youth was an out- 
standing characteristic of the group. None of 
them was yet fifty years old, and the average 
age was under thirty-five years ..." Of the 
first eight instructors, only one, the 
head of Library Science, was a woman. 



William J. Holmes 

President 





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OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

SIMMONS COLLEGE 



October 21, 1982 



To The Class of 1983: 

It seems like such a short time ago that you joined us, 
and now you are on your way. Quo vadis? It sounds like 
heresy, but a person I was talking with recently said, "I 
tell people not to plan their lives, they might succeed and 
close off their most interesting possibilities." When I objected 
that this sounded like chaos, he admitted that what had 
benefitted him was "improvisation on a general sense of di- 
rection . " 



One could do worse. Your time at Simmons, I hope, 
helped you with a sense of self-worth, it certainly helped 
you explore career possibilities and make some choices, it 
helped you I hope, to extend your knowledge of our civil- 
ization and to sensitize you to issues of social justice. These 
are certainly the basis for a "general sense of direction." 
But plan to include not exclude. Leave yourself room to 
breathe and to grow. Whether you go on to graduate school 
or not, do not shut yourself off from the world of learning. 
One of the great glories of our culture is that knowledge 
is everywhere accessible, and of our nation that democracy 
demands that its citizens be well informed. 

And to answer the question, where are you going; 
perhaps the destination is less important than the journey, 
where you get off the train less important than what you 
have seen along the way. 

It has been a pleasure to have had you here at Simmons 
and we all look forward to the interesting and worthwhile 
things you are going to do with your lives. 



Yours , 




William J. Holmes 



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Priscilla L. McKee 

Vice President 



Charlotte Morocco 

Dean 




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SIMMONS COLLEGE 

300 THE FENWAY 
BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS 02 MS 



OIIK t OF THE DEAN 



October 26, 1982 



Dear Members of the Class of 1983, 

A few years ago you accepted our invitation to join the Simmons community 
and to participate in what we believe is a unique educational opportunity. 
The formal part of that experience is almost over (or is_ over, depending upon 
when you found time to read this letter.) However, the most important part 
of your relationship with us is yet to come and that is the application of 
your learning to life's experiences and challenges. 

As you graduate, each of us wishes you the best of success and each of 
us shares in the pride of your accomplishments. But each of us also acknowledges 
that the work we started with you is unfinished. The task of completing your 
education now rests with you alone and with new associates, friends and 
colleagues. It is with assurance that we believe you have developed "the self- 
confidence and spirit of independence that will permit you to lead a rich 
personal life and the competence to become useful members of our society." It 
is the manner in which you apply these qualities that will continue throughout 
your life to unite you with the Simmons community. For that is the tradition 
of your education that will remain constant throughout changing times. 

Our pleasure has come from watching you begin; our reward will be received 
through your collective successes. 

My sincere best wishes, 




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Carole Watkins 

Associate Dean 




Admissions 



standing: Meg Moulton, Barbara O'Brien, Diane Dickerson, Joan Basile; sitting: 
Christine Bezreh, Barbara Cauchon, Ann Bowe, Sheila Oranch, Linda Maguire, 

Jillian Verspyck 



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HUMANITIES 



Charles Mackey 



Art and Music 



Bob Gronquist, Alicea Faxon, Tom Wallace, Robert 
Oppenheim; Missing: Dana Chandler 



English 



sitting: Robert Grant, Nancy Freeman, 
Lawrence Langer, Judith Wittenberg; 
standing: George Nitchie, Corinne Hirsch, 
Charles L'Homme, Doug Perry, William 
Manly, Richard Sterne; missing: David Gu- 
lette 



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Foreign 

Languages and 

Literature 



History 



Richard Lyman, John Hunter, Mark 
Solomon, Laurie Crumpacker, Henry 
Halko 



Philosophy 




Fritz Fleischmann, Helen Mamikonian, Betty Sole-Costa, Raquel Ferguson, Don McKeen, Nancy Hall, Maria Staulo, 
Wayne Ishikawa, Isabelle Dupeux, Celeste Kostopoulos, Susan Keane; missing: Louise Cohen, Mary Jane Treacy 



Carol Ochs 




Brad Art 



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Afro-American Studies 



at left: Marcia Holford (right in photo); missing: Floyd Barbour 




American Studies 



Richard Sterne 





%ttiKL Women's Studies 



sitting: Laurie Crumpacker, Sandra Williams, 
Martha Krow-Lucal; standing: Richard Lyman, 
Pam Bromberg, Judith Wittenberg, Caryl Good- 
win, Mary Osirim 



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SCIENCES 



Anne Coglan 



Dean 




Biology 



Chemistry 




Rachel Skvirsky, Louise Irwin, Sandra Williams, Karen Loehr, Richard Nickerson, 
Joel Piperberg; missing: Martha Berliner, Harland Sheering 



Leonard Soltzberg, Iclal Hartman, Phyllis Brauner, Jerry Bell, James Piper, Pete 
Bowers; missing: Mae Beck, Carolyn Spodick 



Mathematics 

standing: Josepha Yukich, Malini Pillai, 
Lynnell Stern, John Garberson, Barbara 
Schmidt, Robert Goldman; sitting: David 
Browder; missing: Margaret Menzin, Alica 
Schafer 




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Nursing 



sitting: Helen Fenstermacher, Denise 
Ross, Ann Lord, Alice Hosack; second 
row: Helen McLaughlin, Tish Thornley, 
Lois Schoppee, Elizabeth Howard, Martha 
Kleinerman; third row: Roberta Gantz, 
Maria Bueche, Nita Kim, Susan 
Blankenship; missing: Phyllis Moore, 
Penelope Glynn, Janice Mackin, Susan 
Wainger 



Nutrition 



Pat Kreutler, Nancy Herbold, Carole Dichter, Marion Mason; missing: Margaret 
Studier 



Physical Education 



Doris Olmstead, Mary Staley, Sheila Brown 



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Physical Therapy 



Janice Toms, Diane Jette, Lynne Wiesel, Lynn Palmer 















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Poole, Virginia Bratton, Lyn- 
da Beltz, Deborah Smiley; at 
left: Bob White; missing: 
Reggie Jackson, Margaret 
Bailey, Homer Jenks, Alden 
Wood, Peggy Loeb 

at right: Harriet Tolpin; be- 
low L to R: Gautam Chatter- 
jee, Don Basch, Barbara Saw- 
telle, Jim Bryan 




Communications 









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Economics 








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Education 




sitting: Sheila Newsome, Marvin Lew, Alice VanDeusen, Lydia Smith; standing: Georgia Noble, BJ Lates, Kathleen 
Lyman. Elizabeth Rawlins, June Wendroff; missing: Barbara Harrison, Helen Guttentag, Greg Maguire, Debra Mesch, 
Ruth Camm, Bard Hamlen, Judith Fischer, Maria Marolda, Matilda Mitsakos, Natalie Warshawer 




Government 



above: Hrach Gregorian, Carroll Miles, Deborah Miner 



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Management 

standing: Marlyn Mackey. Lucia Miree. Carl Clava- 
detscher, Linda Moore. Ron Boisjoly, John Pfaff, David 
Thomas; sitting: Bruce Warren. Katherine Bevacqua; 
missing: Leo Parente 



Prince Program in Retailing 



Sociology 



Caryl Goodman. Rachel Forman. Mary 
Osirim. Elaine Hagopian. Stephen London 






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Development 



Residence 



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Mary Canavan, Thelma Marcus, Carol Dimirjian, Susan Rose Edelman, 
Gail Thacher, Agnes Connolly, Patricia Alves-Kemmett 



Mary Malloy, Carol Leary, Claire Ramsbottom 

Supportive Instructional Services Student Employment 



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Student Activities 

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Public Information 



Kate Kruschwitz, Linda Barringer, Liz Sullivan, Peggy Loeb 



Career Resources 



Placement 



Alumnae Affairs 




standing: Gwen Connor, Julie Paige, Janet Hanson; 
sitting: Kathy Battillo, Mary Jane Doherty 

Sponsored Programs 





Audrey Potter 



Joann Carroll, Nancy Bassett 



Donna Robinson 




Counseling Center 



standing: Ann Super, Jonathan Ehrenworth, Sue 
Vargo, Laurel Hennebury, Louise Christian; sitting: 
Suzanne Donnellan, Terri Chebot, Mark Aron, Maggie 
Downes, Lourdes Rodriguez-Nogus 



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Though a few Simmons traditions, 
such as Friday teas, Convocation, and 
May Breakfast, have been in existence 
almost since the founding of the Col- 
lege, other traditions have come and 
gone. The annual Freshman Frolic, 
when freshman dressed up as five-year- 
olds and "indulged in children's games, 
popcorn and ice cream cones, " was one 
such tradition. Others included the 
Ghost Walk (the yearly attempt by soph- 
omores on a certain October night to 
march through North and South Halls 
against a blockade of juniors), Christ- 
mas Vespers, the "Sophomore Shuffle" 
dance, and a mock wedding between 
members of the junior and freshman 
classes. Step-singing, which came into 



practice in front of South Hall in 1906, 
and Track Day (like our Spring Spree) 
have made a comeback at the College. 
The Senior Prom was held in the dining 
hall until 1933, when it was moved to a 
nearby hotel, much to the dismay of 
"some conservative authorities of the 
College." Adverse to the students' at- 
tending a dance "in so public a place 
and being accompanied there and back 
by their escorts," College officials re- 
quired them to assemble and proceed 
to the dance in specially chartered trol- 
ley cars. Like today, parties, receptions, 
and holiday celebrations helped round 
out the year's traditions for the first Sim- 
mons women. 




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FALL FEST 

September 23-25 

Wild, Wild West 





Special dinner . . . 

Red Sox game . . . 

Mike Cross concert . . . 

dorm booths . . . 

the "World's Largest Cake" . . . 

hay rides and old fashioned car 

rides . . . 

the Apple Chill Cloggers . . . 

pie and hot pepper eating contests 

bar-b-q . . . 

the parties in Alumnae and Bartol 

Halls. 



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Senior-Alumnae Brunch 



Sunday, October 24, 1982 



good food 




THE ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION 

cordially invites you 
to a 

CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH 



Sunday* October 24, 1982 
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 

THE FENS 

Commons Area 

300 The Fenway 



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Founder's Day 



October 27, 1982 



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Convocation 



October 27, 1982 

Wheelock Auditorium . . . 

Jerry Bell and "Why Should A Management 

Concentrator Take Chemistry" complete with experiments 

Induction of Academy . . . 

Reception in Alumnae Hall. 



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Mother-Daughter Weekend 





December 3-5 



Wine Sip . . . 

uncheon at Faneuil Hall . . . 
70° on December 4! . . . 
exploring Boston together . . . 
brunch at Pres. Holmes' house. 



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A Mother's Words of Wisdom to 
her Daughter . . . Let me kiss the boo- 
boo . . . You don't eat enough to keep a 
bird alive . . . Did you clean your plate? 
... Go outside and get some fresh air 
. . . How can you read in that light? . . . 
Can't you get that hair out of your 
face? . . . Where do you think you're 
going at this hour? ... I don't care if 
everyone else has one/does it/ is going 
. . . Who's going to clean this mess? . . . 
Money doesn't grow on trees ... Do I 
look like a maid/chauffer? . . . 










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Is that any way for a young lady to sit/ 
act/ talk/ look/ dress/ behave? . . . 
There are plenty of other fish in the 
ocean . . . You'd forget your head if it 
wasn't screwed on ... I suppose if all 
your friends jumped off a cliff, you 
would too . . . Wait till your father gets 
home ... All right, but don't tell your 
father . . . It'll clear up when you get 
older . . . You've got big bones . . . 



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That's just baby fat . . . What do I 
know, I'm only your mother ... I 
just don't understand you any- 
more . . . This is just puppy love 
. . . Wait till you have a daughter 
of your own . . . Don't play with 
your food . . . Don't talk with 
your mouth full . . . Some day 
you'll thank me . . . 





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Stand up straight . . . Clean your 
room . . . Take a sweater . . . I'm 
coming in there ... No daughter of 
mine is going to stay out all night/ 
dress like that ... As long as you 
live in my house, you'll live by my 
rules . . . No, and I mean it! . . . Be- 
cause I said so . . . We'll see . . . 




"I love you!'' 





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Boston's Best and Worst 



restaurant 


Friday 's 


Bartol 


lounge/bar 


Cask 'n Flagon 


Who's On First 


ice cream store 


Steve 's 


no ice cream is bad! 


fraternity 


Sig Ep 


SAE 


pizza 


Uno's 


Boston House of Pizza 


seafood 


No-Names, Legals 


Legals 


hangout 


the Charles, Quincy Market 


Combat Zone 


radio station 


WBCN, Kiss 108 


WCOZ, Kiss 108 




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Most of the current organizations at 
Simmons can trace their roots back al- 
most as far as the founding of the Col- 
lege. The Student Guild, comparable to 
our Student Government Association, 
was organized in 1912 "to promote the 
spirit of mutual helpfulness and service 
among the students of the College. " By 
1 923, it was responsible for examining 
the constitutions of all organizations 
and chartering new groups. The 
Y. W.C.A., the largest religious group on 
campus, was joined by the Newman 
Club, the Menorah Society, the Unitar- 
ian Club, and the Christian Science 
Club. The first technical school club 



(similar to our liaisons) — the Ellen 
Richards Club, formed by members of 
the School of Science — was founded in 
1 920 and was soon one of many clubs 
from nearly every Simmons school. The 
choir, glee club, and Mandolin Club 
united in 1913 to form the Musical Asso- 
ciation. By 1916, the Drama Club was 
putting on plays, usually in the dining 
hall. While sports had existed at Sim- 
mons since 1910, The Simmons Athletic 
Association wasn't started until 1911. 
Various other clubs, such as the Civic 
League, the Poetry Club, and the Debat- 
ing Society, became active throughout 
the 1920s. 







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Student 

Government 

Association 



Sharon Garlitz 


— Public Affairs 


Michelle Goldstein — Secretary 


Elena Gonzalez 


— Treasurer 


Susan Hall — 1 


^ad C.A. 


Elisabeth Harper — Advisor to Aca- 


demic Affairs 




Amy Kellem — 


Advisor to Liaisons 


Carol McLauren — BHO representa- 


tive 




Jayne Pullen — 


Advisor to Student Or- 


ganizations 




Anne Welch — 


President 



Class Officers 

class of 1983 

Debra Sadugor — President 

Mary Jo Czarkowski — VP 

Anne Kingsley — Secretary 

Mary Maistros — Treasurer 

class of 1984 

Sandi Metheny — President 

Karen Keane — VP 

Mary Lou Waterman — Secretary 

Karen Scott — Treasurer 

class of 1985 

Linda Davidson — President 
Chris Pappas — VP 
Debbie Burns — Secretary 
Kate Breslin — Treasurer 

class of 1986 

Susan Koch — President 

Sue Cohen — VP 

Lisa Schiff — Secretary 

Kim Strob — Treasurer 




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Microcosm 



above: Eileen Spillane, Advertising Editor 
at right: Lauri Wilson, Layout Editor 




Thanks to Randi Adler for helping Lauri 



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at left: Jacki Reilly, Circulation Manager 
below: Debbi Williams, Patrons and Fundraising 




Missing: Mary Jo Foley, Copy Editor Ann Gardner, Senior 
Section Editor 



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Student 

Activities 

Center 




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Dorm Life . . . 
fire drills (in the middle of the 

night) . . . 
locked gates at 11 pm . . . 



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the Quad . . . moving in on a 
hot muggy day . . . coping 
with a roommate . . . 



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Pilgrim House 



crossing Brookline Ave. during rush hour . . . waiting hopefully 
for mail or a phone call . . . dorm parties . . . 



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teas on Fridays at 4 pm . . . 

the walk to MCB through Emmanuel 

making good friends . . . 



back and forth . 



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Morse Hall 




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Gardner House 






having to walk a block just to eat at Bartol 

getting a single . . . 

gaining more independence . . . 



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Smith Hall 




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Mesick Hall 

Bartol food — special dinners — 

weekend bunch — Sunday's 

sundaes . . . 

having pizza delivered at night . . . 




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Simmons Hall 





all-nighters . . . 

"flushing" . . . 

saying good-bye for the summer. 



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Commuters 





Commuter Life . . . 

taking the "t" . . . 

carpooling . . . 

trying to find a parking space . . . 

Storrow Drive and the Mass Pike 

fighting traffic . . . 

the Fens . . . 

the Commuter Lounge . . . 

lockers . . . 

trying to be involved in activities. 



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Clubs . . . Clubs . . . Clubs . . . Dorm 
Government . . . Commuter Organi- 
zation . . . Notables . . . Chorale . . . 
WSIM . . . 




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National Model United Nations 
. . . Women's Center 




Liaisons: the intermediary between students and 

faculty of a department. 



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Team: 

Carol Smith 

Ann Greenan 

Karen Scott 

Melina Magee 

Mary Lou Waterman 

Beth Abrams 

Linda Kobierski 

Phyllis Luce 

Beth DiNardo 

Barbara White 

Margie Kovich 

Holly Hutchinson 

Lisa Paulhaus 

Nancy Nearman 

Kristen Miller 

Coach: Suzanne Teuteberg 



Cross-Country 



Schedule: 

Stonehill Invitational 

Wheaton Invitational 

Rhode Island College Invitational 

Codfish Bowl 

M.I.T. Invitational 

Fitchburg Invitational 

New England Championships 

EAIAW/ECAC Championships 






Team: 


Phyllis Adams 


Lisa Crago 


Andrea Eras 


Jean Franze 


Lisa Goyette 


Susan Heath 


Terry Kollman 


Katie Krone 


Nancy Liebowitz 


Gaye Libert 


Coach: Jan Peterson 





Tennis 



Schedule: 

Scrimmage at Wellesley 

Merrimack 

Wheelock 

Babson 

Regis 

Eastern Nazarene 

Pine Manor 

UMass-Boston 

Wheaton 

Emmanuel 

Brandeis 

Endicott 

MAIAW State Championships 

Stonehill 

Suffolk 

Gordon 

M.I.T. 

New England Championships 



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Sailing 




Team: 

Meg Isaacson, Laurel Snyder, Lynne Brin- 
keroff, Kelley O'Neil, Mary Beth Wil- 
liams, Elizabeth Wilson, and Margaret 
Harrington 



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Schedule 

President's Trophy 

Man-Labs Trophy 

Captain's Cup 

Women's Invitational 

Single-handed Championship 

Victorian Coffee Urn 



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Crew 







Varsity: 

Mary O'Connell, Harriet Lurensky, Dierdre 
DiNapoli, Anna Bachman, Ann Watson, 
Rochelle Wolfe, Deann McGrath, Patty 
Casaprima, Heidi Carter, Claire Melville, 
and Lora Childers; Coach Pat Curnan 
Novice: 

Sue Morse, Joanne Beswick, Kim 
Manchester, Suzanne Murphy, Carolyn 
Bussey, Pam Huntsman, Alice Sollami, 
Cindy Doane, Roxanne LaRochelle, Jill 
Mooradian, Heidi Harkins, Michelle LeFort, 
Laura Wilkinson, Sue Laub, Jen Coulter, 
Wendy Larsen, Carrie Kimball, Jody 
Balnab, Julie Schaeffer, Sue Clemenski, 
and Sue Brodski 






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Schedule 

Mount Holyoke Women's Regatta 



Head-of-the-Charles 



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Field Hockey 




WON 


LOST 


Nichols 


Simmons 


W.N.E. 


Simmons 


Tufts 


Simmons 


Simmons 


M.I.T. 


Framingham 


Simmons 


Simmons 


Endicott 


Simmons 


Wheelock 


Simmons 


Pine Manor 


Anna Maria 


Simmons 


Simmons 


Fitchburg 




Standing: Pam Parker, Lisa Vigneau, Paula Callhoun, Jennifer Hare. Jennifer Stoner. Lene Co- 
peane. Marie Fagnet, Lorene Philbrick, and Karen Keane. Kneeling: Carol Collins and Laura Ball. 
Missing: Brigitte Boulette, Margaret Mclnnis, Kathy Phillips, Cathy Cox. Coach Sylvia Goodman, and 
Asst. Coach Kristie Cotis. 



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Volleyball 



Team: 

Janet Charron, Dawn Crane. Tracy 
Fairplay. Danielle Hampton. Kerry Huard. 
Denise Lieberman. Laura Malvin, Margaret 
Murray, Elizabeth Peet, Laurie 
Prewandowski, Christin Ranney, Carrie 
Vanstadt. Pam Wheeler, Amy Wilson, and 
Lauri Wilson 





WON 


LOST 


Simmons 


UMass-Boston 


W.New England Simmons 


Simmons 


Worcester State 


Simmons 


Fitchburg State 


Simmons 


Babson 


Wheaton 


Simmons 


Simmons 


Clark 


Simmons 


Merrimack 


Simmons 


Lasell 


Brandeis 


Simmons 


Regis 


Simmons 


Simmons 


Framingham 




State 


Simmons 


Endicott 


Simmons 


Worcester Poly- 




tech 


Simmons 


Bradford 


W.New England Simmons 


Simmons 


North Adams 




State 


Simmons 


UMass-Boston 



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PATRONS 



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DIRECTORY 



MARCELA AGUILUZ 
Col. Palmira 4TA CLL. 
325 Tegucigalpa, Horduras 
Central America 

SHERI AHERN 

95 Meadowbrook Road 

N. Chelmsford, MA 01863 

JANE J. ALESSANDRINI 
3 Hampton Road 
Stoneham, MA 02180 

HEATHER A. ANDERSON 
Candlewick Main Street 
Mont Vernon, NH 03057 

CAROL E. ANSTADT 
13908 82nd Terrace North 
Seminole, FL 33542 

SHEILA M. ANTHONY 
104 Westminster Avenue 
Syracuse, NY 13210 

TANYA A. ARPIARIAN 
209 Elmfield Street 
W. Hartford, CT 06105 

NANCY ASBED1AN 
16 Lido Lane 
Bedford, MA 01730 

JAN Z. ASLANIAN 
60 Richmond Avenue 
Worcester, MA 01602 

HEATHER A. ATWOOD 

Old Country Road 

E. Sandwich, MA 02537 

LYNN M. AUDETTE 
85 Cummings Street 
Attleboro, MA 02713 

THERESA BABINEAU 
1191 Boylston Street 
Boston, MA 02215 

LAURA A. BALL 
74 Belcher Avenue 
Brockton, MA 02401 




GERALDINE BARRON 
1 Main Street 
Braintree, MA 02184 

JACQUELYN M. BARRY 

58 Howland Road 
Stoughton, MA 02072 

SUSAN R. BATTIATO 
25 Cedar Crest Lane 
Bradford, MA 01830 

GISELA G. BAUERLE 
3 Oakdale Street 
Brockton, MA 02401 

BARBARA A. BAXTER 
125 Farragut Road 
South Boston, MA 02127 

NAN P. BECKER 

59 Locust Street 
Merrimac, MA 01860 

MAUD P. BEECHING 
50-S Jamaica Way 
Jamaica Plain, MA 

JEAN MARIE BENSON 
21 Great Hill Drive 
Newmarket, NH 03857 

CHRISTINE L. BERG 
17 Wiltshire Road 
Newton, MA 02158 

LORI A. BERKOVITZ 
79 Silver Brook Road 
Milton, MA 02186 

ERIKA S. BERMAN 
6 Conant Road 
Weston, MA 02193 

MARJORIE D. BIKOFSKY 
Langen Road 
Lancaster, MA 01523 

NORA BIRD 

56 Murdoch Street 

Brighton, MA 02135 



SUSAN L. BISTRONG 
57 Alder Park Drive 
Topsfield, MA 01983 

MARY RACHEL BLOM 

FIELD 

44 Rolling Hill Drive 

Morristown, NJ 07960 

JOANNE G. BLOMSTROM 
38 Malcolm Road 
Stoughton, MA 02118 

JOYCE A. BOLAND 
70 Park Street 
Brookline, MA 02146 

SHARON BOLTON 
482 Delano Road 
Marion, MA 02738 

MARY M. BOWERS 
67 Foster Street 
Littleton, MA 01460 

ELIZABETH M. BRADY 
8 Surry Road 
Arlington, MA 02174 

LISA BREDESON 
7067 Chardon Road 
Kirtland, OH 44094 

JOSEPHINE A. BRENNAN 

23 Miami Avenue 

West Roxbury, MA 02132 

BARBARA ANN BURG 
20 Elm Street 
Somerville, MA 02143 

CHERYL ANNjRNS 
16 Jenson Avenue 
Chelmsford, MA 01824 

ELIZABETH BUSH 
67 Broadway 
Arlington, MA 02174 

BARBARA BUSWELL 
85 Newcastle Street 
W. Lynn, MA 01905 



LAURA S. CADY 
24 Highland Avenue 
Cambridge, MA 02139 

GERDA M. CAHILL 

24 Button Wood Lane 
Cohasset, MA 02025 

SHERI L. CAIN 
13 Hampshire Road 
Portsmouth, NH 

JOAN B. CALLAHAN 

27 Lodge Road 

W. Newton, MA 02165 

DIANE CAPOVERDE 
3 ST. James Road 
Narragansett, RI 

BERNICE CHAFETZ 
11 Camelot Court 
Brighton, MA 02135 

TRACY L. CHAMBLIN 
120 Joseph Drive 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 

ELISSA-BETH CHAPNIK 
500 East 77th Street 
New York, NY 10021 

DAWN M. CHOUINARD 
138- A Jenness Street 
Lynn, MA 01904 

CHRISTINA M. CICALIS 
135 Radcliffe Road 
Belmont, MA 02178 

NORMA M. CIRILLO 

25 High Street 
Bristol, RI 02809 

MARIBETH CLEMENTE 
24 Birchkilla Lane 
Troy, NY 12180 

BECKY A. CLOCK 
1009 Angelina Road 
Schenectady, NY 12303 



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FRIEDA KALA COHEN 
94 Beacon Street 
Boston, MA 

BEVERLY COLBY 
25 Newport Street 
Arlington, MA 02174 

ANDREA COLE 

240 Country Club Road 

Newton, MA 02159 

CAROLE M. COLLINS 
11 Meadowview Road 
Foxborough, MA 02035 

MONA R. COLTON 
2 Seawanhaka Place 
Oyster Bay, NY 11771 

REBEKAH COLTON 

9 W. Shore Drive 
St. Paul, MN 55110 

MAUREEN M. CONNERS 
75 Woods Avenue 
Somerville, MA 02144 

TERRI L. CONNOLLY 
22 Victoria Street 
Portland, ME 04103 

CYNTHIA J. CONTI 
281 Neponset Street 
Canton, MA 02021 

CONSTANCE T. COOPER 
105 Overhill Road 
Boardman, OH 44512 

SUSAN L. COOPER 
158 Sebec Street 
Hamden, CT 06517 

TRACY CORLEIS 
78 North Elm Street 
Northampton, MA 01060 

JOANNE CONSTANTINO 

10 John F. Kennedy Ct. 
N. Providence, RI 02904 



SHAYNA R. COTLER 
73 Roselle Ct. 
Lakewood, NJ 08701 

ANN MARIE COUGHLIN 
28 Osborne Avenue 
Reading, MA 01867 

KAREN F. COURCHENE 

342 Mendon Road 

South Attleboro, MA 02703 

JAMIE L. COUSINS 

38 Taylor Street 

N. Pembroke, MA 02358 

LINDA J. COVIELLO 
145 Vine Street 
Everett, MA 02149 

LINDA M. CRAIG 
23 Virginia Road 
Needham, MA 02194 

ELIZABETH CRANDALL 
Box 351 Mountain Road 
Rockland, ME 04841 

CAROLINE A. CRANE 
15 Moorland Drive 
Grosse Pointe, MI 48236 

PATRICIA A. CRAWFORD 
1935 Boston Post Road 
Westbrook, CT 06498 

DEBORAH S. CROMPTON 
72 Highland Avenue 
Barrington, RI 02806 

PATRICIA M. CUNNING- 
HAM 

27 St. Elmo Road 
Worcester, MA 01602 

MARY JO CZARKOWSKI 
179 Dartmouth Street 
Schenectady, NY 12304 

SHERYLE ANNE D'AMICO 
20 Brent Wood Road 
Woburn, MA 01801 






LYN DALLY 

2138 Rowley Avenue 

Madison, WI 

MAURA C. DALY 
138 Lincoln Street 
Newton Highlands, MA 
02161 

PAULA J. DARRAH 
114 Central Street 
Peabody, MA 01960 

CAROLYN DAZZO 
5 Saratoga Avenue 
Bound Brook, NJ 08805 

DUSTY J. DEELEY 

16 Driftwood Lane 
Weston, MA 

CATHERINE DELORME 
39 Melissa Drive 
Yarmouth, ME 04096 

MARIA I. DESOUSA 
286 Bay Street 
Taunton, MA 02780 

ELIZABETH A. DEVITA 
35 Sammet Street 
Everett, MA 02149 

CHRISTINE DEHOFF 

17 Molloy Road 
Wilmington, MA 01887 

ELIZABETH A. DOLE 
13 Boardman Street 
Salem, MA 01970 

PATRICE J. DONOGHUE 
17 Newport Street 
Dorchester, MA 02125 

COLLEEN M. DOOLEY 
1733 Commonwealth Ave- 
nue 
Brighton, MA 02135 

SHERRILL A. DORE 
33 Birchcroft Road 
Canton, MA 02021 



IVY A. DOWNS 
325 High Tor Drive 
Watchung, NJ 07060 

JUELLE E. DUNBAR 
PO Box 305 
Bucksport, ME 04416 

MICHELLE M. DUPRE 
171 Merrimac Street 
New Bedford, MA 02740 

JOANNE DWIGHT 
4 Orange Street 
Roslindale, MA 02131 

KATHLEEN L. EARABINO 
106 Ruggles Avenue 
Newport, RI 02840 

KATHRYN E. ENGSTROM 
Taylor Lane 
Troy, NY 12180 

WENDY J. EPSTEIN 
37 Fox Meadow Lane 
W. Hartford, CT 06107 

JUANITA ESCALLON 
779 Washington Street 
Brookline, MA 02146 

TRACY C. FAIRPLAY 
183 Cortlandt Street 
Croton On Hudson, NY 
10520 

PATRICIA A. FARINA 
100 Wheatland Street 
Somerville, MA 02145 

MONICA J. FARINELLA 
81 Barrett Lane 
Wyckoff, NJ 07841 

DONNA M. FERLITO 
53 Lovejoy Street 
Bradford, MA 01830 

SHARYN FINKEL 
11 Netherlands Road 
Brookline, MA 02146 








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JEAN E. FINNEGAN 
3 Chase Street 
Danvers, MA 01923 

LISA A. FINSTON 

21 Whipple Road 
Lexington, MA 02173 

MARGARET E. FISCHER 
84 Vaughn Hill Road 
Bolton, MA 01740 

CAROL FITZPATRICK 

22 Linden Place 
Brookline, MA 02146 

DEBORAH M. FLANAGAN 
36 Brentwood Circle 
Needham, MA 

DONNA FLANAGAN 
5 Greenbriar Drive 
Barrington, RI 02806 

MARY JO FOLEY 
24 Oregon Road 
Ashland, MA 01721 

PAMELA FOOTE 
283 Mossman Road 
Sudbury, MA 01776 

MARLENE D. FOSTER 
1100 Old Town Road 
Coram, NY 11727 

MARLA FRANCINI 
99 Walnut Street 
Concord, MA 01742 

AUDREY A. FREDETTE 
10 Crescent Drive 
Andover, MA 01810 

ILENE FUND 
74 Bogle Street 
Weston, MA 02193 

COLLEEN M. GAGE 
35 Phillips Street 
Amsterdam, NY 12010 



DIRECTORY 





ELAINE J. GALVIN 
87 Sims Road 
Quincy, MA 02170 

SHARON M. GARLITZ 

26 Mount Lebanon Boulevard 

Mount Lebanon, PA 15228 

NOREEN GATELY 
55 Old Ferry Road 
Haverhill, MA 01830 

DOREEN L. GAULIN 
PO Box 527 
Exeter, NH 03833 

SUSAN J. GAYLORD 
100 Braeburn Drive 
Princeton, NJ 08540 

SUZANNE GEROW 
3620 Ponderosa 
Grandville, MI 49418 

THERESA C. GIBBONS 
487 Market Street 
Rockland, MA 02370 

ANN M. GIFTAKIS 
8 Ravenwood Road 
Peabody, MA 01960 

PATRICIA E. GILLETTE 
28 Robinson Road 
Woburn, MA 01801 

ROBIN P. GILMORE 
3 Douglas Drive 
Enfield, CT 06082 

ELISA B. GILSON 
35 Partridge Road 
Lexington, MA 02173 

EILEEN S. GLASS 
2 West Street 
Milton, MA 02186 

LAURA J. GLENNON 
66 Arlinton Road 
Woburn, MA 01801 




KATHY GOFSTEIN 
66 North Avenue 
Haverhill, MA 01830 

LISA F. GOLDENBERG 
15 Carol Road 
Marblehead, MA 01945 

ZORAIDA E. GONZALEZ 
5004 Larchwood Avenue 
Philadelphia, PA 19143 

AMANDA M. GORDON 
161 Sturges Highway 
Westport, CT 06880 

LAUREN D. GOURLAY 
6 Vinson Circle 
Winchester, MA 01890 

MAUREEN H. GREANEY 
43 Butler Street 
Dorchester, MA 02124 

LISA A. GREEN 

199 Central Street 

N. Reading, MA 01864 

KELLY ANN GRIFFIN 
19 Barber Road 
Framingham, MA 01701 

ROBIN B. GRINKER 
21 Woodward Road 
Framingham, MA 01701 

LINDA GRUBER 
145 Willard Street 
Quincy, MA 02169 

SUSAN J. GUNTER 
30 Weatherglass Lane 
E. Falmouth, MA 02536 

LUCIE S. HABOSIAN 
35 Arden Road 
Watertown, MA 02172 

KATHERINE HALKIAS 
175 Commonwealth Avenue 
Boston, MA 02116 




MARCIA T. HALLOCK 
59 Salem Street 
Boston, MA 02113 

ELLEN F. HANLEY 
676 Bernardston Road 
Greenfield, MA 01301 

CAROL A. HANNIGAN 
147 Chatham Road 
S. Harwich, MA 02661 

SHARYN E. HARDY 
65 Stafford Road 
Lowell, MA 01852 

PATRICE HARRIS 

199 Forest Hills 

Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 

LISA MARIE HAWLEY 
374 North Main Street 
Andover, MA 01810 

NORIKO HAYASHI 
4-12-7-704, Nakameguro 
Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan 
153 

CAROLYN A. HAYES 
45 Highland Street 
S. Easton, MA 02375 

JANE C. HEALY 
23 Radcliffe Road 
Somerville, MA 02145 

NOREEN A. HEGARTY 
23 Longwood Road 
Braintree, MA 02184 

LAURIE P. HILL 
76 Faith Avenue 
Dracut, MA 01826 

RUTH E. HIRSCH 
86 Beechwood Lane 
Fairfield, CT 06430 

MAY LIN HO 
6 Lintang Besi 
Penang 



I 



DIRECTORY 



SANDRA HOLMES 

17 Richardson Street 
Maiden, MA 02148 

CHRISTINE HOULIHAN 
615 Shelton Road 
Ridgewood, NJ 07450 

KATHLEEN A. HOUSTON 
169 Colburn Street 
Dedham, MA 02026 

KERRY HUARD 

9 Dover Road 

S. Natick, MA 01760 

HELENE S. HUFF 

Oklahoma City, OK 73107 

SHAUN M. HUNTLEY 

10 Riverview Street 
Keene, NH 03431 

CHERYL IGOU 
29 Bancroft Street 
Pepperell, MA 01463 

MARTHA E. IKERD 
Cricket Hill Drive 
Amherst, NH 03031 

LINDA IMBERGAMO 

18 Vose Avenue 
Hyde Park, MA 

PATRICIA M. IMBROGNA 
8 Akeson Road 
Woburn, MA 01801 

SHERRY A. INGALLS 
14 Stoneywood Drive 
Niantic, CT 06357 

JULIE A. INTERRANTE 
28 Fleet Street 
Boston, MA 02113 

MARGARET M. ISAACSON 
45 Willow Road 
Riverside, CT 06878 



ELLEN M. JACOBS 
46 Walworth Avenue 
Scarsdale, NY 10583 

AMY D. JANOWS 
546 Clavey Court 
Highland Park, IL 60035 

REGINA A. JESSER 

18 Laurel Terrace 
Somerville, MA 02143 

CAROLE M. JOHNSON 
41 Richard Circle 
Woburn, MA 01801 

CHRISTINE JOHNSON 
12 Crescent Road 
Woburn, MA 01801 

DIANE M. JOHNSON 
11 Hawthorne Street 
Millbury, MA 01527 

MELISSA JOSEPH 

19 Euclid Avenue 
Maplewood, NJ 07040 

ELIZABETH A. JOYCE 
24 Ocean Street 
Nahant, MA 01908 

SARAH JUDKINS 

137 Petersborough Street 

Boston, MA 02215 

ANGELA KANE 

31 Elgin Street 

W. Roxbury, MA 02132 

CYNTHIA KARAPANOS 
139 South Shore Road 
Webster, MA 01570 

BROOKE A. KARLSON 
954 Prospect Street 
Hamden, CT 06511 

PATRICIA E. KAVANAGH 
11 Hildreth Street 
Westford, MA 01886 



ALICE G. KECK 
17 Rockview Street 
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 

AMY KELLEM 

628 Nantasket Avenue 

Hull, MA 02045 

CAROLYN M. KEMMETT 
4825 V Street NW 
Washington, D.C. 20007 

ELAINE B. KENNEDY 
3 Ridgemont Street 
Brighton, MA 

LISA M. KEPLIN 
31 Lorraine Terrace 
Arlington, MA 02174 

ROBIN M. KIELTY 
72 Ortins Road 
Hamilton, MA 01936 

KIMBERLY KIELY 
415 Wayland Avenue 
Providence, RI 02908 

GRACE H. KIM 

69 Lindley Terrace 
Williamstown, MA 02167 

ANNE E. KINGSLEY 

70 Canton Road 

W. Simsbury, CT 06092 

PAULA J. KISSELL 
28 Gediminas Street 
Worcester, MA 01607 

INGRID E. KLAVINS 
81 Ludlow Road 
Manchester, CT 06040 

GRETCHEN KLEIN 
2621 Orchard Drive 
Billings, MT 59102 

DIANE G. KOLSON 
10 Bittersweet Drive 
N. Scituate, MA 02060 



JUDITH C. KOSKINEN 
R.D. #1 Podunk Road 
Trumansburg, NY 14886 

JUDITH E. KOSTIN 
22 Lehigh Road 
Wellesley, MA 02181 

ELLEN J. KUPCHICK 
896 Timberhill Road 
Highland Park, IL 60035 

KAREN A. KUSIAK 
252 Meadowlark Drive 
Longmeadow, MA 01106 

DEBRA L. LAPLANTE 
Long Plain Road 
Mattapoisett, A. 02739 

LAURA A. LAHRMANN 
226 Warwick Road 
Kenilworth, IL 60043 

VALERIE N. LAMBROU 
35 Devereaux Street 
Arlington, MA 02174 

JANE E. LANDRY 
84 Woodside 
Winchester, MA 01890 

PATRICIA R. LAWLOR 
116 Massapoag Avenue 
Sharon, MA 02067 

DEBORAH A. LEBLANC 
120 Orchardview Street 
W. Springfield, MA 01089 

DEBRA A. LEE 
46 Mayhew Road 
Attleboro, MA 02703 

JANE MARIE LEONARD 
Hack Green Road 
Pound Ridge, NY 10576 

CHERYL L. LEVIN 
619 West Drive 
Paramus, NJ 07652 





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JACQUELINE M. LEVINE 
295 Turnpike Road 
Westboro, MA 01581 



AMY S. LEVITAN 
43 Whitman Road 
Needham, MA 02192 






DEBORAH A. LEWIS 
1733 Commonwealth Ave- 
nue 
Brighton, MA 02135 

VENECIA C. LEWIS 
1 Gardner Street 
Roxbury, MA 02119 

PAMELA LIEBMAN 
24 Locke Lane 
Lexington, MA 02173 

LISA M. LITCHFIELD 
111 Cashman Road 
Brockton, MA 02401 

AMY S. LITT 

12850 SW 71st Avenue 

Miami, FL 33156 

MARGARET M. LLOYD 
276 Grove Street 
Melrose, MA 02177 

LAUREL G. LOPATIN 

494 Ward Street 

Newton Centre, MA 02159 

JEAN K. LOTHROP 

864 Front Street 

S. Weymouth, MA 02190 

LINDA LOVELAND 
10303 Monroe Ct. 
Fairfax, VA 22030 

KATHLEEN A. LUCKFIELD 
35 Cummings Road 
Brookline, MA 02146 

THERESA LUDWIG 
14 Rainbow Pond Drive 
Walpole, MA 



JAYNE Y. LUPI 
103 Germain Avenue 
Bradford, MA 01830 

MARY T. LUVISI 

422 Waverly Oaks Road 

Waltham, MA 02154 

SUSAN R. LYDON 
165 North Main Avenue 
Albany, NY 12206 

DEBRA LYNN 
481 Beacon Street 
Boston, MA 02215 

GAYLE M. MACEACHERN 
13 Freedom Road 
Woburn, MA 01801 

CAROL MACKINNON 

56 Bishop Road 

W. Hartford, CT 06119 

JANINE A. MACLEOD 
1253 Jane Street 
Naperville, IL 60540 

MARY E. MAISTROS 
1289 Rt. 163 
Oakdale, CT 06370 

JOYCE V. NAKARA 

154 King Street 

Fall River, MA 02724 

PATRICIA A. MALLEY 
PO Box 389 

Marshfield, MA 02050 

SHARON B. MANASEVIT 
1073 Fairfield Beach 
Fairfield, CT 06430 ^^ 

LAUREN J. MANSHEL 
366 Park Avenue 
Orange, NJ 07050 

MARY ELLEN MATRONE 
72 Highland Road 
Bristol, RI 02809 



G. JULIANA MAY 
34 Lorma Avenue 
Trumbull, CT 06611 

MALLORY R. MAYNARD 
4 Brightfield Lane 
Westport, CT 06880 

CORINNE A. MCALVANAH 
1078 Westminster Avenue 
Dix Hills, NY 11746 

MAURA A. MCARDLE 
19 Towen Hill 
Topsfield, MA 01983 

MARGARET K. MCCAR- 
THY 

300 Center Street 
N. Easton, MA 02356 

MARIANNE MCCARTHY 
110 Rosemary Street 
Brockton, MA 02402 

ELIZABETH J. MCCOURT 

9 Cromwell Ct. 

Old Saybrook, CT 06475 

LINDA MCCRACKEN 
71 Cleveland Street 
Norfolk, MA 02056 

ANNE T. MCCUE 
38 Front Street 
Weymouth, MA 02188 

KATHLEEN A. MC- 
DONALD 
36 Nelton Avenue 
Taunton, MA 02780 

CYNTHIA A. MCELVERY 
290 Willis Road 
Sudbury, MA 01776 



SUSAN M. MCGILL 
86 Bonney Street 
Brockton, MA 02402 






JANET M. MCGILLIVRAY 
189 Fifth Street 
Stoughton, MA 02072 



WENDY MCGRANE 
273 Weston Road 
Wellesley, MA 

ALLISON A. MCGRATH 
220 Sam Hill Road 
Guilford, CT 06437 

DEANN M. MCGRATH 
36 Hillcrest Drive 
Pelham Manor, NY 10803 

JULIE A. MCGRAY 
7 Irving Street 
Peabody, MA 01960 

HEATHER MCILREATH 

Kitchell Road 

Convent Station, NJ 07961 

WENDY MCMILLAN 

RFD 

East Thetford, VT 

LISA A. MCMULLEN 
3 Gray Birch Road 
Ashland, MA 01721 

MARY A. MCNULTY 
9 Beech Street 
Norwood, MA 02062 

ROBYN C. MCPETERS 
1460 Marshall Street 
Redlands, CA 92373 

KATHERINE P. MEAHL 
20 Blossom Hill Road 
Winchester, MA 01890 

ARLEEN B. MEDEIROS 
196 Bay view Avenue 
Cranston, RI 02905 

MAUREEN A. MICHAELS 
22 Timberland Road 
Hampstead, NH 03841 

SUSAN MIGLIACCIO 
Poppasquash Road 
Briston, RI 02809 



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DIRECTORY 






MARGO M. MILLER 
31 Linnaean Street 
Cambridge, MA 02138 

SHERYL A. MILLER 
91 Strawberry Hill Avenue 
Stanford, CT 06902 

SROOKE R. MILLINGTON 
2 Greenwood Terrace 
Somerville, MA 02143 

CAROLYN A. MILROY 
9808 Claiborne Circle 
Columbia, MD 21044 

SUSAN MIMNAUGH 
1950 Beacon Street 
Brighton, MA 02135 

ANDRIA L. MITCHELL 
47 Bonney Street 
Westwood, MA 02090 






CYNTHIA D. MITCHELL 
110 Woodbury Road 
Watertown, MA 06795 

KATHLEEN M. MITCHELL 
448 River Road 
Lincoln, RI 02865 

FERESHTEH MOHAMADI- 

ARIZ 

PO Box 341 

Boston, MA 02215 

ANN M. MOREY 
8 Denise Terrace 
Brockton, MA 02401 

ELLEN MOREY 

41 Marton Street 

W. Hartford, CT 06110 

NANCY L. MOSES 

Salisbury Manor 

S. Nyack, NY 10960 

VIVIEN MOY 

168 ASpinwall Avenue 

Brookline, MA 02146 



CORINNE MUISE 
5 Lakeview Avenue 
Reading, MA 01867 

BARBARA M. MURPHY 
43 Oxford Street 
Springfield, MA 01108 

SHEILA R. MURPHY 

15 Bark Circle 
Brockton, MA 02402 

SHARON K. MURTHA 
98 Blackman Road 
Ridgefield, CT 06877 

GIOVANNA MUTI 

496 Metropolitan Avenue 

Hyde Park, MA 02136 

ANN MARIE NAWN 
135 Nola Drive 
Holden, MA 01520 

JILL W. NEVINS 
35 C Maple Lane 
Brielle, NJ 08730 

JUDITH I. NICHAMAN 
10707 Albury Drive 
Houston, TX 77096 

JOANNE C. NICKERSON 
50 Pleasant Street 
Marblehead, MA 01945 

RHONDA M. NISSEN 
5 Dobbs Terrace 
Scarsdale, NY 10583 

HENRIETTE NIXON 
2 Feneuil Drive 
Wilmington, MA 01887 

MARY ANNE NORIS 

16 Jeanne Road 
Randolph, MA 02368 

VICTORIA Z. NOYES 
15 Summit Street 
Glenn Ridge, NJ 07028 



ELIZABETH O'BRIEN 
41 Deacon Street 
Barnstable, MA 02630 

RITA (RIDETTE) O'BRIEN 
144 Downer Avenue 
Hingham, MA 02043 

KIM E. O'CONNOR 
198 S. Main Street 
Cohasset, MA 02025 

MARGARET M. O'MALLEY 
75 Willow Road 
Nahant, MA 01908 

CATRIONA A. OAKES 
118 Elmgrove Avenue 
Providence, RI 02906 

LISA OCCHIALINI 
22 Conmwell Avenue 
Somerville, MA 02114 

ALINE ORJALES-LUCCIO 
69 Capen Street 
Milton, MA 02186 

SARAH L. OSGOOD 
289 Wheeler Road 
Nashua, NH 03060 

SUSAN PACIFIC 

2 Pine Street 
Brookfield, CT 06804 

KELLY PALMER 
756 Dartmoor Road 
Ann Arbor, MI 48103 

DONNA R. PALUMBO 
125 Princeton Street 
Medford, MA 02155 

NANCY PASTAN 
873 Beacon Street 
Boston, MA 02115 

SUSAN PAWLOWSKI 

3 Ridgewood Drive 
Millbury, MA 01527 



ANNE V. PENNINGTON 
503 Norwich-Westerly 
N. Stonington, CT 06359 

DIXIE KAY PETERSON 
Rte. 1 Box 12 
Braham, MN 55006 

JANE M. PETERSON 
1732 Mountain Avenue 
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076 

LINDA C. PETERSON 

8 Wollaston Avenue 
Arlington, MA 02174 

JANET L. PICKERING 
187 Hillside Avenue 
Arlington, MA 02174 

SARA W. PIERCE 

121 Ledge Law Avenue 

Bar Harbor, ME 

WENDY PILSON 

9 Salisbury Lane 
Worcester, MA 01609 

AMY POLLACK 
1120 Fifth Avenue 
New York, NY 10020 

KRISTIN M. POOLE 
125 Winthrop Avenue 
Wollaston, MA 02170 

LAUREN H. POOLER 
4 Marlboro Street 
Newton, MA 02158 

MARIELI PORTELA 
Bamboo Drive K-5 Tor 
Guaynabo, PR 00657 

ERIN J. POWELL 

2225 Thornwood Avenue 

Wilmette, IL 60091 

SUSAN M. POWERS 
110 Acorn Drive 
Osterville, MA 02655 




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MARIA M. PRADO 
McKinley 665 
Santurce, PR 00908 

LAURIE A.L. PREWAN- 

DOWSKI 

305 Taunton Avenue 

Norton, MA 02766 

ADELAIDE PUELZL 

21 Foxburn Street 
New City, NY 10956 

TAMAR R. RABINOWITZ 
352 Roxbury Road 
Stamford, CT 06902 

SUSAN A. RAIZEN 
31 Meadow Road 
Scarsdale, NY 10583 

LISA E. RAMSEY 
PO Box 63 
Hanover, ME 04237 

VICKI A. RAY 
44 Sunset Drive 
Ipswich, MA 01938 

KAREN A. REDFERN 

Box 584 

Williamstown, MA 01267 

SHARON S. REGEN 
229-08 Hillside Avenue 
Queens Village, NY 11427 

MICHON M. RIELING 

22 Ridge Hill Road 
Sudbury, MA 01776 

JACQUELINE A. REILLY 

6 Edgemarth Hill 
Westport, CT 06880 

DEBRA E. REISER 
128 Bushee Road 
Swansea, MA 02777 

HELENBETH REISS 

7 Beverly Road 
Great Neck, NY 11021 



TINA I. RENDER 
138 Main Street 
Watertown, MA 02172 

LIZBETH RICHARDS 
59 Thompson Lane 
Milton, MA 02187 

PAM RICHMAN 

13 Spoondrift Lane 

Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107 

DIANE M. RINGER 
205 Ruthellen Road 
Bellingham, MA 02019 

ANNE B. RITTENBERRY 
57 Brooklands Farm Road 
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 

SUSAN T. RITVO 
20 Spruce Hill Road 
Weston, MA 02193 

JOANNE RIZZOTTO 

26 Saunders Street 

N. Weymouth, MA 02191 

DEBORAH J. ROBIE 
11 Spillers Lane 
Ipswich, MA 01938 

FABIENNE V. ROBINSON 
9 Braddock Park Road 
Boston, MA 02116 

WENDY B. ROGOVIN 
1975 Chapel Street 
New Haven, CT 06515 

CARLA M. ROMERO 
800 Grand Concourse 
Bronx, NY 10451 

KAREN ROOPE 

11 Singingwood Drive 

Haverhill, MA 01830 

WENDY E. ROTH 
2103 Lavaca Road 
Jacksonville, FL 32217 



MARIA A. ROWEN 
24 Huron Street 
Lynn, MA 01902 

NANCY ROZEN 
8 Kolbert Drive 
Scarsdale, NY 10583 

ADELE R. RUBENSTEIN 
42 Himoor Circle 
Randolph, MA 

DEBRA C. RUBENSTEIN 
3838 Enfield 
Skokie, IL 60076 

JULIE L. RUSSIN 
715 West 49th Street 
Miami Beach, FL 33140 

EILEEN M. RYAN 

3 Menotomy Parks Drive 

Arlington, MA 02174 

ABIGAIL M. SABLE 
71 Warfield Avenue 
Hull, MA 02045 

DEBRA L. SADUGOR 
2 Hastings Circle 
Rockville, MD 20850 

PREETHI SAMMETA 
10 Sullivan Street 
Burlington, MA 01803 

BETH F. SAPOLSKY 
8 Wildflower Road 
Barrington, RI 02806 

JODI RAE SAVELL 
705 N. Greenbriar Drive 
Orange, CT 06477 

SUSAN M. SCALI 
16 Douglas Road 
Belmont, MA 02178 

DIANE L. SCAMPOLI 
10 Sherman Avenue 
Plymouth, MA 



JULIE SCHAEFFER 
285 Warren Street 
Brookline, MA 02146 

SARAH P. SCHLOSSER 
6 Doubling Road 
Greenwich, CT 06830 

JENNIFER W. SCHUELER 
153 Dudley Drive 
Fairfield, CT 06430 

LAUREEN M. SENA 
97 Walton Park 
Melrose, MA 02176 

IRENE SEVASTELLIS 
115 Lake Street 
Arlington, MA 02174 

VICKY SHEEHAN 
28 School Avenue 
Waltham, MA 02154 

JANET A. SHIELDS 
14 Cold Harbor Drive 
Northboro, MA 01532 

KATIE SILLIMAN 
155 Naples Road 
Brookline, MA 02146 

HEIDI C. SIMMONS 
180 Elm Street 
Rockyhill, CT 06067 

JOANNE SINEWICK 
37 Circuit Road 
Weymouth, MA 02190 

NAN B. SLOMOWITZ 
313 Sylbert Drive 
Kingston, PA 18704 

JOANNE SLUSKA 
28 Central Avenue 
N. Babylon, NY 11703 

PATRICIA M. SMILE 

9 Anthony Drive 

E. Longmeadow, MA 01028 







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CAREN E. SMITH 
15 Carol Avenue 
Brookline, MA 02146 

CAROL A. SMITH 
129 Boardman Avenue 
Norfolk, MA 02056 

LISA M. SMITH 
57 Bess Road 
Needham, MA 02192 

MARJORIE H. (BONNIE) 
SMITH 

7 Eighth Street 
Cambridge, MA 

PATTI L. SMITH 
RFD #2 Box 35 

Waterville, ME 04901 

JOANNE L. SOLOMON 
10620 Great Arbor 
Potomac, MD 20854 

ELISA SPAGNUOLLO 

8 Caccamo Lane 
Westport, CT 06880 

CYNTHIA SPENCER 
97 Wylde Wood Road 
Easton, CT 06612 

PATRICIA A. SPERANDIO 
280 Hillberg Avenue 
Brockton, MA 02401 

EILEEN J. SPILLANE 
22 Gibson Street 
Dorchester, MA 02122 

A. LAURIE SPRINGER 
1328 Round Oak Center 
McLean, VA 22101 

GRETA L. STADTLANDER 
134 Pine Brook Road 
Carlisle, MA 01741 

LOUISE M. STALKER 

9 Devonshire Drive 
Barrington, RI 02806 



SHARI STEINBRICK 
31 Lobsterback Road 
Trombull, CT 06611 

LAUREN S. STERLING 
5451 Nassau Circle 
Englewood, CO 80110 

SEANNA STODDARD 
6 College Avenue 
Medford, MA 02115 



JOANNE M. SULLIVAN 
9 Orange Street 
Newburyport, MA 01950 

CAROLYN SUPPLE 
105 Petersborough Street 
Boston, MA 02215 

CAROL ANN SUTER 
15 Hemlock Drive 
Medway, MA 02053 

NANCY K. SUTTON 
West Road 
Belgrade, ME 04917 

DEIRDRE M. SWEENEY 
42 Clipper Way 
Bristol, RI 

KAREN S. TABAK 
1 Templar Way 
Livingston, NJ 07039 

PAMELA J. TALANIAN 
54 Old Farm Road 
Milton, MA 02186 

MARY TIBERI 

181 Thayer Farms Road 

Attleboro, MA 02703 

HELENE A. TOMLINSON 
96 Sterling Street 
Brooklyn, NY 11225 

CHERYL L. TOOKER 
472 Ellis Place 
Wyckoff, NJ 07481 



NANCY A. TOSCANO 
40 Fairmount Avenue 
Somerville, MA 02144 

PAMELA TOTTEN 

37 Potter Pond 
Lexington, MA 02173 

SUSAN TRAVERSO 
86 Randall Avenue 
Weymouth, MA 

TERI LEE TRAVIS 
160 River Street 
Norwell, MA 02061 

SUSAN L. TROIANO 
325 Plymouth Street 
Whitman, MA 02382 

LORAINE D. TROTTER 
3523 East 147th Street 
Cleveland, OH 44120 

KAREN A. TRUDEAU 
571 Pularski Boulevard 
Bellingham, MA 02019 

SHERRIE TUCK 
99 Brattle Street 
Cambridge, MA 02138 

CHERYL T. TUMBLIN 
192 Salem Street 
Medford, MA 02155 

NANCY C. TURNIER 
3332 83rd Place 
Tulsa, OK 74136 

ANNE F. TZETZO 
163 Deerhurst Park Boule- 
vard 
Kenmore, NY 14217 

MARY ELLEN S. VALYO 

38 Primrose Avenue 
Floral Park, NY 11001 

KATHLEEN VAN PETER- 

SILGE 

19 Cedar Mill Lane 

Mt. Holly, NJ 08060 




KAREN J. VARDARO 
117 Upham Street 
Melrose, MA 02176 

LYN F. VAUGHN 
1443 Beacon Street 
Brookline, MA 02146 

MARLIESE S. VOGEL 
10 Cottage Street 
Cambridge, MA 02139 

DEBORAH A. WALLACE 
6 Oakland Street 
Medway, MA 02053 

JEANNE M. WALLACE 
24 Whittier Road 
Natick, MA 01760 

MARY E. WALSH 
10 Roanoke Avenue 
Boston, MA 02130 

ANN S. WATSON 
1185 Park Avenue 
New York, NY 10028 

WENDY S. WAY 

Box 147 

Cataumet, MA 02534 

MELISSA J. WEEKS 
196 Thoreau Street 
Concord, MA 01742 

CYNTHIA M. WEIL 
110 Ladue Pines 
St. Louis, MO 63141 

MICHELLE G. WEINER 
364 Brocdorf Drive 
Cincinnati, OH 45215 

ANNE WELCH 

50 Callingham Road 

Pittsford, NY 14534 

BARBARA J. WHITE 
1001 Old Pecos Trail 
Santa Fe, NM 87501 



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MAUREEN A. WHITLEY 
345 Pond Street 
Westwood, MA 02090 

DEBRA J. WILLIAMS 
78 Metacomet Street 
Belchertown, MA 01007 

ELIZABETH G. WILLIAMS 
15 Chase Avenue 
Lexington, MA 02173 



DIANA S. WILSON 
5 Grassmere Avenue 
Winchester, MA 01890 

ANN MARIE WISE 
13 Sherwood Drive 
Poughkeepsie, NY 

ROCHELLE WOLFE 
111 Princeton Road 
Brookline, MA 02167 



PENNY J. WURTZ 
10 Dairy Road 
Greenwich, CT 06830 

DEBRA L.S. YAMPOL 
2957 W. Fitch 
Chicago, IL 60645 

GEORGIANN ZAGLAKAS 
18 Pickerel Road 
Wellesley, MA 02181 



GABRIELLE A. ZALE 
139 Gaylor Road 
Scarsdale, NY 10583 

TEENA D. ZOULAS 
5 Lynde Brook Drive 
Leicester, MA 01524 

CONNIE ZUJEVIC 
395 Reservoir Avenue 
Revere, MA 02151 





SARA ARNOLD 
10 Oakland Avenue 
Somerville, MA 02145 



Addendum 




LAURICE MALOLEY 

30 Moville Street 

West Roxbury, MA 02132 



ANN NIAKAROS 
41 Sycamore Drive 
Westwood, MA 02090 







ELIZABETH TRUE 
51 Boylston Street 
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 



ROSEMARIE DONOVAN 
14 Guernsey Street 
Roslindale, MA 02131 

STEPHANIE KADOHATA 
65C Dana Street 
Cambridge, MA 02138 



BEATRICE MORSE 
16 Porter's Cove Road 
Hingham, MA 02043 

ELSA NERVIK 
135 Nola Drive 
Holden, MA 01520 



NANCY PIERCE 
101 Beacon Street 
Boston, MA 02116 

WINNIE RUBINO 
78 Addington Road 
Brookline, MA 02146 



CHARLOTTE HETT 

2-03 Pheasant Hollow Drive 

Plainsboro, NJ 08536 



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GOLDEN 



Drs. Marcia & Bill Barton 

Cindy, Joe, & Allison Benedict 

Jean & Leo Benson 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Ceraso 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas V. Crawford 

Mr. & Mrs. John W. Czarkowski 

Mr. & Mrs. Gennaro L. Farina 

Fred Gallagher 

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Gilmore 

Mr. & Mrs. Irving Goldenberg 

Mr. & Mrs. John Grado 

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Green 

Mr. & Mrs. F. Raymond Hardy 

Mr. & Mrs. Gerald L. Hardy 

William J. Holmes 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward E. Ikerd 

Dr. & Mrs. Theodore Jacobs 

Mr. & Mrs. F.H. Joseph 

Dr. & Mrs. George Lopatin 

Linda Cox Maguire 

Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Manasevit 

Sandra Manshel 



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PA TRONS 



Mr. & Mrs. John J. McArdle 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles F. McCarthy 

Priscilla L. McKee 

Warren & Joan McMullen 

Mr. & Mrs. William K. Meahl 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry B. Milroy 

Charlotte Morocco 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Harold Nissen 

Julie Paige 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald G. Peterson 

Mr. & Mrs. I. Pilson 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter Prewandowski 

Mr. & Mrs. D.J. Saraceno 

Mr. & Mrs. Marvin L. Slomowitz 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry M. Sterling 

Mr. & Mrs. John T. Sutton 

Mr. & Mrs. John S. looker 

Ellenor T. Trull 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter N. Way 

Ethan & Janet Welch 

Mr. &Mrs. F.W. Wise 

Mr. & Mrs. Jack Wurtz 



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PATRONS 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Ball 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Barron 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Chapnik 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank A. Clemente 

Anthony P. & Mary Ann Costantino 

Mr. & Mrs. James P. Downs 

Mr. & Mrs. John J. Flanagan 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur S. Galvin 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Gaulin 

Richard & Christine Harrison 

Bill & Nelda Hayes 

Mr. & Mrs. James Imbrogna 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard LeBlanc 

Miriam & Morris Levin 

Edna & W.F. MacLeod 

Georgia T. Noble 

Stephen P. O'Malley 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Powell 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Ray 

Earl J. Romero 

Dr. & Mrs. Vincent J. Scali 

Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Sluszka 

Clayton R. Stalker 

Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Supolsky 

Mr. & Mrs. James White 



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Everything has its season, 

Everything has its time, 

Show me a reason and I'll show you a rhyme. 

Cats fit on the window sill, 

Children fit in the snow. 

Why do I feel I don't fit in anywhere I go? 



Rivers belong where they can ramble, 
Eagles belong where they can fly; 
I've got to be where my spirit can run free 
Got to find my corner of the sky. 

Every man has his daydreams, 

Every man has his goals, 

People like the way dreams have of 

Sticking to the soul. 

Rain comes after thunder, 

Winter comes after fall. 

Sometimes I think I'm not after anything at all 

Rivers belong where they can ramble, 
Eagles belong where they can fly; 
I've got to be where my spirit can run free 
Got to find my corner of the sky. 




Pippin — 



Best Wishes of Success and Happiness 
The Senior Class Officers 





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PROUD TO BE YOUR 
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COPPERFIELDS 



Entertainment & Dancing 



Featuring Gordie Milne, Rhythm Method 



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to the 
Class of 1983 



HOFFMAN FLORIST 

Kenmore Square 



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to the 

Class of 1983 

from 

Ruby*s Place 

Home of the famous 
Ruby's sub* 



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Congratulations 

to the Class of 1983 

from the 

Cask 'n Flagon 

62 Brookline Avenue 




SIMMONS 

COLLEGE 

BOOKSTORE 



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to the Class of 1983 



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CONGRA TULA TIONS! 

YOU'RE NOW A 

PART 

OF THE 

SIMMONS 

CONNECTION 




BEST WISHES FROM 

THE ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION 



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- Franklin Delano Roosevelt 



Seniors, we will miss you! 



Arnold Hall 



Dix Hall 



Evans Hall 



Gardner House 



MesickHall 



Morse Hall 



North Hall 



Pilgrim House 



Simmons Hall 



Smith Hall 



South Hall 



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The Simmons College Club of 

Cape Cod 

Congratulates 

Heather Atwood 

Carol Hannigan 

Elizabeth O'Brien 

and other Members of the Class of 1983 

Nantucket, Martha's Vineyard, Plymouth, Buzzard's Bay 
Bourne, Sagamore, and Cape Cod 



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Congratulations and 
WELCOME TO THE CLUB! 

Sheri Ahern 
Cheryl Burns 
Audrey Fredette 
Shatyn Hardy 
Lisa Hawley 
Laurie Hill 

Patricia Kavanagh 

Merrimack Valley 
Simmons Club 

Lowell Dracut Andovcr Westford 

Chelmsford Billerica N. Andover Tyngsboro 

N. Chelmsford N. Billerica Tewksbury Dunstable 



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(under 50 billion sold) 

566-9405 

451 Brookline Avenue 
near Simmons 

Open 7am-10pm Every Day 



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Best Wishes to 

Carol Anstadt 

and the rest of the 

Class of 1983 

Tampa Bay Alumnae 
Association 



Congratulations and Good Luck 

to 

Capital District 1983 Graduates 

from the 

Schenectady Simmons Club 

Maribeth Clemente Kathryn Engstrom 
Maty Jo Czarkowski Colleen Gage 
Susan Lydon 






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1302 Boylston Street 

Boston 

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FREE DELIVERY 

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Our very best wishes 

for your personal 

and professional success 

Class of '83 — 

We look forward to 

publishing all your triumphs 

in Class notes! 

The Simmons Review 



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Mary, what would we do without you! 



Love and Kisses, 

Linda, Val, Beth, Cindy, Heidi, 
Hilary, Stacy, Laurie, Karen, 
Carolyn, Stacey, Donna, 
Andrea, Mary, Susan, Melissa, 
Jamie, Felicia, Julie, Donna, 
Kris, Beth, Rebecca, Jacqueline, 
Georgia, Debbie, Susanne, Deb, 
Beth, Jan, Tina, Liz, Harriet, 
Patty, Ann, Sharon, Diana, 
Janet, Kim, Kate, Eileen, Maire, 
Jill, Jennifer, Lisa, Carol, Ana, 
Stephanie, Holly, Claudia, Amy, 
Page, Jotima, Angela, Carrie, 
Jennifer, Elaine, Lasaundra, 
Eileen, Nancy, Gretchen, Nancy, 
Margaret, Russell, Alicia, 
Margaret, Kim, Stacey, Marie, 
Mary Ellen, Judy, Tammy, Dori, 
Melissa, Nancy, Suanne, Cathy, 
Beth, Julie, Liz, Dawn, Lisa, Cris, 
Beth, Michelle, Liz, Ginny, Lisa, 
Beth, Nate, Lynn, Beth, Joanne, 
Susan, Irene, Andrea, Anya, 
Lauren, Tracy, Lina, Toyoko, 
Barbara, Alyssa, Tracey, 
Melinda, Debbie, Jennifer, 
Diane, Pixie, Laurie, Beth, 
Peggy, Debbie, Stephanie, and 
Pam. 




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Graduation 
Card. 

If you're graduating, or even if you're still in school, it's time for you 
to move on to something better. Your very own BayBanks X-Press 24™ 
card. It's your ticket to around-the-clock banking at more than 
300 X-Press 24s around the state. The BayBanks X-Press 24 card. 
Don't leave school without it. 



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•Classes limited to 15 
•Extra Help Labs 
•Free Intro Math Class 
•Day and Evening Classes 

Test Prep Services 

665 Boylston St. Boston 

266-5082 



MILTON 
QUINCY 
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and 
BEST WISHES 



from the 
Junior Class 



Sandi Metheny, President 

Karen Keane, Vice President 

Marylou Waterman, Secretary 

Karen Scott, Treasurer 



Please accept our congratulations on 
your graduation and our sincere invita- 
tion to join the South Shore Simmons 
Club. 



CONGRATULATIONS 
TO 
'83 



Westchester County 
Simmons College Club 




Bergen County Simmons Club 
congratulates 



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Mary Blomfield 
Becky Clock 
Shayna Cotler 
Carolyn Dazzo 
Ivy Downs 
Monica Farinella 
Susan Gaylord 
Melissa Joseph 

and others in 



Cheryl Levin 
Lauren Manshel 
Heather Mcllreath 
Jill Nevins 
Victoria Noyes 
Jane Peterson 
Karen Tabak 
Cheryl Tooker 
the Class of 1983 






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Acknowledge, With Thanks 

Your Selection of Us 

As Your 
Official Photographers 

Hookailo 
Studio 



At The 
Brook House 

Fine Distinctive Photography 

44 Washington St. 

Brookline Village, Mass. 02146 

738-4960 

For All Future Photography, Including 

Wedding and Family Photographs, 

Remember Our Gift To You 

Melvin F. Hookailo, A.S.P., C.P.P. 

Boston's Only 

Master of Photography 

Craftsman 

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